As tragic as it is to accidentally drop an elaborate Lego creation, it can also occasionally be quite cathartic to watch thousands of plastic bricks shatter in all directions. But I'm glad it was David Windestal and his crew who went to all the trouble of building this 3,152-piece Lego Super Star Destroyer before completely obliterating it on a 108km/h rocket sled.
Tagged With crash tests
Video: If you had access to a crash test facility, you'd probably be spending all of your free time when you weren't smashing cars thinking of other things you could launch at a wall at 200km/h. Such as toys, which the good people at Switzerland's Dynamic Test Center did, and were kind enough to film and share the resulting destruction with the world.